2013 Luxembourg general election

Early general elections were held in Luxembourg on 20 October 2013.[1] The elections were called after Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker, at the time the longest serving head of government in the European Union, announced his resignation over a spy scandal involving the Service de Renseignement de l'Etat (SREL).[2][3] The review found Juncker deficient in his control over the service.[3]

2013 Luxembourg general election

 2009 20 October 2013 2018 

All 60 seats in the Chamber of Deputies.
31 seats needed for a majority
Party Leader % Seats ±
CSV Jean-Claude Juncker 33.68 23 -3
LSAP Etienne Schneider 20.28 13 0
DP Xavier Bettel 18.25 13 +4
Greens Christian Kmiotek 10.13 6 -1
ADR Jean Schoos 6.64 3 -1
The Left Collective leadership 4.94 2 +1
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Results by constituency
Prime Minister before Prime Minister after
Jean-Claude Juncker
CSV
Xavier Bettel
DP
Sample ballot of the "South" constituency.

The elections saw Juncker's Christian Social People's Party lose three seats, but remain the largest party in the Chamber of Deputies with 23 of the 60 seats.